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If you couldn’t make it to SMX London today, missed a session or just want a recap for all of the talks we’ve compiled our top tips from everything below. Myself and Anna Lewis attended all of the sessions so we hope you enjoy our write-up. You can also find slides from both our SMX talks on Koozai.com tomorrow.
Today, was the first BrightonSEO of 2013 and half the Koozai team were there to support one of the biggest search marketing conferences in the UK. This year, BrightonSEO was run over three separate tracks meaning that attendees get the opportunity to choose between 38 sessions and 42 speakers… what a choice!
This afternoon, I had the pleasure of presenting at SES London, one of the largest conferences that travels around the world. When looking at the session ‘Winning PPC Tactics’, it got me thinking about what I could present.
I had the great pleasure of visiting the ionSearch conference today, hosted in the wonderful city of Leeds. This two day conference showcases the very best in search from around the globe, and I decided to share some of the great tips I’ve learned so far.
This weekend saw the 7th Think Visibility conference with a mixture of presentations and networking. From Analytics, to video, branding to SEO the conference took in a lot of different streams and provided a fantastic insight into what you should be doing for each of these disciplines.
For those who didn’t attend, or who want a recap, we’ve compiled our favourite tips of the day.
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The Interflora penalty has sent shockwaves through the search community over the past week. And as the dust now starts to settle, several speakers attending the ionSearch social and search marketing conference in April offer their opinions on what happened to the brand and the wider impact.
This is the second part to my full write up of SMX London 2012, covering google+, remarketing and social shares being the new link building. This post includes tips from Lisa Myers, James Carson, Simon Heseltine, Bas van den Beld, Kevin Gibbons, Guy Levine, Marc Poirier, Lisa Williams and Ariel Bardin.
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SEO conferences are great places to learn, network and make new friends, which is why Andrew Isidoro has put together this look at what makes SEO conferences so fantastic.
On the 7th June 2011 the Westminster eForum held a seminar on ‘The eCommerce Directive and the Digital Single Market’. The eCommerce directive governs the usage of the Internet and businesses selling on it, whilst the concept of a digital single market is one where any company can sell anywhere easily. The seminar bought together policy makers, government officials and the likes of Dell, Yahoo, MasterCard and PayPal to discuss the issues. We share the best parts of the day.